where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 25, 2015 § 32 Comments
Tagged: abstract, calm, chaos, landscape, light and shadow, marsh, paradox, reflection, ripples, uncertainty, water, water lilly
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…As a lot of my days …
Brllliant! And good coupling to you too, Derrick.
So beautiful. Thank you for posting.
A lovely calm atmosphere both in the picture and words. Lovely.
That is really wonderful – did you take this photo? It’s brilliant.
in a green sky
a deluge of growth
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meaningful. uncertainty: a scary, slippery thing; our instincts recoil.
Very beautiful nice reflections.
I’ve always loved water shots. In its reflected light, the water says something about itself, something about the sky it’s living under, & something about the onlooker standing above it.
And then there’s that surface, & what’s underneath.
Reminds me of Monet’s Garden. Breathtaking! 🍓
Looks like a Monet.
Uncertainty is the nature of existence, and yes, it must be embraced in order to see one’s options in difficult and trying times, fighting with uncertainty is like trying to catch the wind.
Cool! that is super calming and has zen vibes all through out!
Looks like a Monet painting! Magnificent!!
Beautiful image – definitely Impressionistic! ❤
Great use of Impressionistic techniques. Wonderful image.
I have to say what other’s said: I immediately thought of a Monet painting!!
I can relate to that!
A thought for the day!!
Very beautiful photo.
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